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Modeling Viscoelastic Behavior of Pig’s Skin in the Respect to Its Anisotropy

  • Aneta Liber-KnećEmail author
  • Sylwia Łagan
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 831)

Abstract

The purpose of this work was to analyze the influence of different strain levels on the results of fitting the quasi-linear viscoelastic material model to the experimental curves. The stress relaxation test of pig’s skin tissue was realized. Three values of strain levels were set at 5, 10, 15%. The anisotropy of material was taken into account. Correlation coefficients of fitting were evaluated. The study confirmed both the relationship between the level of strain, orientation of specimens and the values of model parameters.

Keywords

Stress relaxation QLV model Orientation of specimen taken Soft tissue 

Notes

Acknowledgement

The work was realized due to statutory activities M-1/12/2018/DS.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Cracow University of TechnologyCracowPoland

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